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    May 17, 2013
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happy friday everybody, sexy liberal john fugelsang this morning for fridays with fugelsang. jacki schechner -- >> what was that noise? >> stephanie: nothing, jim is just showing me something on the internet. >> it is just a picture of ted cruz looking at beneficiariel bachmann. jacki schechner speaking of tapable -- do you have your
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mummy hand still? >> i do. >> stephanie: and yet you are still going spinning after the show. >> i am. >> stephanie: she is a little more insane than i am about the spinning. >> i think obsessed is the word. >> stephanie: here she is a virtually fat free jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. happy friday hearings starts this hour to take a closer look at the irs and it's taking a closer look at conservative groups seeking tax exempt status. scheduled to testify are steven miller and inspector general jay russell george. making it a little more complicated is this. joseph grant, the man in charge of the tax exempt division has
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announced plans to also step down on june 3rdrd. the woman who held a position before him, and the woman who was in charge when all of this got started, sarah engram is now heading up the irs division that is implementing part of the affordable care act. today's hearing is the first of three on what has gone down in the irs. the senate finance committee is going to hold its hearing on tuesday. and then the house oversight committee has its hearing on wednesday. if you think the guy in charge of the sequester was a lousy job, try being the guy in charge now of heading up the irs. president obama picked this man yesterday to take over. he comes to the office has a bipartisan past, he also served in president bush's
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administration. the president will have to pick somebody permanent and that person will have to be confirmed by the senate. we'll be back with more show after the break. stay with us. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current.
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>> if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but
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somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room monday to thursday at 6 eastern [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: yeah, yeah happy friday. six minutes after the hour 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. sexy liberal john fugelsang in hour number three. fridays with fugelsang. oh heavens we have breaking news on the benghazi -- which scandal! which impeachment worry scandal! who is going to jail! >> jail! >> stephanie: but first of all a hate letter right out of the box. the subject line is mrs. stephanie miller.
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>> mrs.? >> mrs.? >> and someone said chris i had to forward this one oh my god, please pass along to the mrs. they think we are married. >> oh, god, that would be a special kind of hell. >> stephanie: mike writes -- wow, this is like somebody -- like he thinks he is sending a telegraph for someone reason. >> someone menninged to me yesterday that it's like a hate letter haiku. >> stephanie: right. it is. all the scandal, space, s, period. are real period. you play them down, period. i can hear the teletype. you play them down period, the president had no know about everything, if he not is he out control, period how can you
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stick up for period holder. tell me how period. and the heck did the people of the good city ever elect your mayor? i don't know i don't live in chicago. another scary guy, period, fast and furious, is an obama project, not bush period your y-o-u-r, wake up period the -- animated tweety birds around my head. if press and media types period. that doesn't seem like it has a subject or a predicate. >> there's no predicate at all. >> would not cover and
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capitalize pick news period you would see a hung obama long ago -- oh well that part is fairly clear. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: yeah. >> and did you see how they signed it? cheers? >> stephanie: cheers mg. >> cheers to you too. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i think his wife literally got him an old fashioned teletype machine. yeah, so kind of -- you were talking about -- at the top the picture of ted cruz looking at mischel bachmann. >> uh-huh looking like yeah. >> stephanie: yeah, very hysterical she and rand just jail!
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impeachment! as john boehner said. >> my yes is -- question is who is going to jail? ♪ >> stephanie: as it turned out, maybe some republicans perhaps. those bogus email leaks came from republicans. this is from "mother jones." it's not as if we didn't know this already, last week's leaks that misquoted the benghazi leaks came directly from republicans. they leaked what they said was a quote from rhodes, one of the guys in these email chains. if you read all of the email chains they don't back up the republican story line at all, which is why the white house released them. we must make sure the talking points include all agency
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equities. we don't want touchdown mine the fbi investigation, but in the actual email rhodes did not mention the state department. >> hum. >> stephanie: republicans also provided what they said was a quote written by the state department spokes woman victoria -- the point is this is very deliberate. they agreed with the concerns raised by the state, and made them less specific eliminating references to al qaeda. there is no evidence the white house orchestrated those changes. as john dean told us this was a turf battle between the -- by the way, no one knew much of anything, because it just hand. >> right, of course. >> stephanie: it wasn't anybody covering anything up or directing anybody to say something specific.
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kevin [ inaudible ] writes, republicans saw copies of these emails two months ago. as we were saying, like boner was saying this is an outrage! it was obvious they showed nothing more than haggling. then somebody got the bright idea to mischaracterize them in an effort to make the state department look bad. gee, i wonder if this could be -- hilary 2016? i wonder if that is what this could be about. they could stick a schiff in the belly of the white house, and then badger them to release the entire email chain knowing they never would. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: to their surprise they made the entire chain
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available to the public. >> when is susan rice going to get her apology? >> stephanie: yes, will lindsey graham cease his vapors long enough to admit they are wrong. the republican party does not know when to quit. on the irs their problem is the democrats are as outraged as they are, and this will force them to make every-more outrageous accusations. they have to continually dance around the fact that they approve of subpoenas like the ap subpoena. it was a skit yesterday with all the stars. the skeptical of michele bachmann suggesting it is time
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to starting impeachment proceedings. it's only a matter of time until they make fools of themselves on the pseudo scandals lighting up the airwaves. it was like the comedy exploding scandal cigar. [ explosion ] >> so if they can't win on issues, they try to win on deception. gee, wow. >> stephanie: rocky mountain mike, shaf jeff and ps mueller -- this is what it is like for us debating right-wing callers. >> it's time to play the game for people who know they are right. what is my comment? here is your host johnny yahoo. >> thank you we have two contest
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contestants. remote alaska volcano results. >> i hope everyone is all right? >> sorry. >> impeachment and his chicago thugs. [ bell chimes ] >> that's right. white house releases benghazi emails. >> it seems like the appropriate action -- >> sorry! >> tailor? >> tyranny, freedom, hitler! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> i guess you lost. >> wait a minute the stories and the responses don't have anything to do with each other. >> what is the matter david? did you run out of food stamps. i bet you are a big pipe smoker huh? >> i want to talk to a producer. >> we'll see you next time. thanks for playing what is my comment! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> a completely idiotic time-wasting production. [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you, boys. welcome to my world. last night we were talking about pat robertson's latest comments because what not great about pat robertson. we'll get to the whole story, but we have the actual crunchy audio goodness. he was advising a woman who said she was having trouble forgiving her husband for cheating. and he is like blah blah blah. she is lucky he married the will da beast. >> exactly. >> stephanie: we'll be right back. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show."
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♪ i hear you call my name -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- and it feels like home ♪ ♪ when you call my name -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- like a little prayer i'm down on my knees, i want to take you there ♪ ♪ in the midnight hour i can feel your power, just like a prayer, you know i'll take you there ♪ ♪ i'll take you there ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. twenty-one minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. i was on cnn last night talking about the latest pearls from evil uncle chuckles pat
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robertson. he was giving advice to a woman. >> she writes in and says i have been trying to forgive my husband for cheating on me. but i just can't seem to forgive. i want to forgiver so we can get on with our lives. >> here is the secret. stop talking about the cheating. he cheated on you. well, he is a man. okay. so what you do is begin to focus on why you married him in the first place, on what he does good. does he provide a home for you? does he provide food for you to eat? does he provide clothes for you to wear? is he nice to the children? do you have a happy a family? does he take the kids to sporting events? does he share with you stuff that is going on? and is he -- >> snoo is he handsome?
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>> what is it? start focusing on those things and essentially fall in love with him all over again. >> stephanie: isn't that precious? isn't he handsome you big cow. >> and later on he basically told the woman to tart it up a bit. >> stephanie: yeah he said make your home more enticing. >> you have crappy taste in furniture, and that makes him stray. >> stephanie: shut your yappy little pie hole you whore. >> stephanie where is your man providing your home for you? [♪ magic wand ♪] >> he actually -- >> stephanie: you big load. >> he continued. >> stephanie: oh we do have
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more audio, thank you. >> men have a tendency to wander. it's a woman's job to lie back and take it. of course it's the woman's job to look attractive for a man. how can you expect a man not to wander, when a woman won't get botox and breast implants to keep him interested. and keep your decency to keep your yap shut about his dolly, in jesus name i pray. [ applause ] >> stephanie: this is the guy that gays are icky. that's it? he's a guy. >> he's going to stray. >> haven't you watched madmen. >> stephanie: what is the matter with you?
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he went on to say -- he also recommended he is touch his face and hold his hand. yeah, i would i would be like come here i want to tell you something. >> shove both of your thumbs into his eye sockets. [ laughter ] >> like in blade runner. >> yes exactly. >> stephanie: yes. he advised to look him in the eyes and talk to him. oh, i would do that. >> look him in the eyes until they go pop. >> adjust your eyes! >> stephanie: you praying oh god keep me from prayering what i did with that stripper in that hotel room ten years ago. >> how that was specific.
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>> whatever! >> that sounds like pat robertson has said that to his wife before. >> stephanie: shut up i'm a preacher. >> you want to burn a lake of fire you harlet? shut your pie hole. [ applause ] >> stephanie: he is just spectacular. they played some other audio from the past and that was basically it if you weren't such an ugly bee-och. >> what did the right-winger have to say that you were on with? >> stephanie: there was probably a psychologist that are like men or men, they can't control themselves -- i'm like really? they are just giant penises. >> all id -- >> and of course women never stray. >> stephanie: as you recall newt gingrich cited his country -- [ ♪ patriotic music ♪ ] >> patriotism.
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>> stephanie: right, because he had to work so hard on behalf of america. his giant patriotic wandering penis could not -- it had to see as much of america as possible. >> right. >> stephanie: it's like the large angry [ censor bleep ] in the woody allen movie. >> did i see that movie? >> stephanie: yeah. the giant patriotic penis that was -- >> marauding. >> stephanie: yes, marauding. [ ♪ patriotic music ♪ ] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: thank you, newt. on behalf of all of us thank you. [ applause ] >> stephanie: how can you govern if your penis has not seen enough of america to know what is what and who is who? >> exactly. >> i suspect you might need an electron microscope to find his. >> stephanie: we don't know that. we're just saying. let's get back to scandals!
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scandals! scandals! impeachment. the irs as we said -- it's more understandable because who doesn't hate the irs, but once again there is no there there. >> i think the thing that is freaking people out is the irs does have the power to do something like this. >> yeah, but they need to get a new guy in there, a head of the irs, who will change the wording for the 501 c4 back to the original, which is exclusively social welfare, not exclusive-ish. >> stephanie: right. to me this is part of the pattern of the republicans saying what is going on over there! and it's because there is no acting director that you are obstructing everything. that's the thing that most americans don't understand. they are obstructing to unbelievably unpress dented
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levels, everybody. >> look he is not getting anything done! it's like someone is stopping him from doing it or something. >> stephanie: that's what the report said. it was ineffective management that they didn't have the right guidance. this was not watergate! nixon planted someone at the irs himself and directed them who to audit. this is not even close to that. all right. we'll talk about that and much more as we continue twenty-nine minutes after the hour on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ of all the hours in all his days, these are the ones you'll never forget.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. >> okay. you know what, if i'm not allowed to be snide, you are not allowed to be condescending. >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." thirty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. this hour brought to you by sodastream. the sodastream is just fun wow, do you know what i'm saying. >> fun, wow! >> fun! wow! ♪ >> stephanie: i play that every time i use it. it's so quick and easy. there is no cleanup. it transforms water in to fresh fizzy soda in just seconds. add your choice and flavor and wa-la, there you go. over 60 flavors, that's a lot,
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the giant marauding vagina's take over the world. >> stephanie: right. we're getting ready. we're in the batter's box. >> caller: the theater that was rand paul yesterday, the fact is the irs can do what they want when they weren't, and it wasn't illegal at all by them look going the -- the doings of these obviously political organizations. my only complaint is that they should have rejected many of these organizations out of hand. >> stephanie: that's what makes this then, no there there. there was only one group denied on the left. >> and if you have party in the name of your organization that pretty much implies it is a political organization. >> caller: and the sodastream, they are the bomb in fact my
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daughter sounded just like that little boy -- >> fun! wow! >> stephanie: yeah, it's like an 8th grade science project and soda maker all in one. >> caller: yeah. hey, thanks. >> stephanie: yeah, as we have been saying -- i do understand. do we need someone in charge there? and have better filters? yeah. but, again where was the story when the bush administration was targeting the naacp and green peace. >> right. >> obama: we have to make sure it is doing its job scrupulously and without a hint of bias. >> so appoint somebody. >> stephanie: yeah, the members of the tea party are saying they feel a new justification of government overreach, and big government. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: see we told you!
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representative michele bachmann. >> oh, god. bless her heart. >> stephanie: bless her heart. said could reflect a greater undercurrent of misdeads being carried on by the federal government. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: she specifically cited the president's health care law. >> of course. >> stephanie: she said knowing it's the irs who would be the enforcing mechanism for this new entitlement program of obamacare, it's reasonable to ask could there be potential political implementation of deny of health care -- >> oh, god. >> computer says no. >> what an idiot. >> stephanie: she said those questions would have been considered out of bounds a week ago, and they still are because you are -- ♪ you are an idiot ♪ >> stephanie: yeah that's right, the irs is going to deny
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you health care because you christian. what? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: bachmann even floated the notion of impeachment, saying what happened at the irs was a scandal worse than -- anybody? anybody? >> watergate. >> stephanie: watergate! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> it wasn't a scandal at all -- some groups are denied tax exempt status because they weren't by the definition -- they were involved in politics which is -- ah! >> stephanie: the tea party caller said that politics was never discussed at tea party gatherings, ever. it was the polite chipmunks discussing actual tea. earl gray or mint. she said as i have been at home in my district there hasn't been a week that has gone by someone
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hasn't said, michelle why aren't you impeaching the president? really? okay. senator rand paul echoing what the boner said. someone needs to be in prison! rand paul yesterday at the tea party thing. >> someone needs to be held responsible. someone needs to be imprisoned. someone needs to be prosecuted. we need to find out who wrote this policy, who approved this policy, and they need to be held accountable. >> stephanie: really? someone needs to be in prison for -- >> all right. >> stephanie: all right. marcel in washington on this story. hello, marcel. >> caller: hello, stephanie. i have been a long time fan. i remember getting in a car one time in l.a. and i heard this woman say and i was raised by wolves. >> stephanie: that's right.
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actually abandoned by wolfed and raised by republicans. >> caller: that's right. acorn was a 501 c4. when it went down in 9 and 10 then people went throughout the conservative community telling them they could set up little mini acorns and what they did was they said acorn was a 501 c4 but they didn't tell them anything else, like it helped people in poor communities. and most hate is fuelled by love misdirected, and everybody liked the model of acorn, how effective it was with relatively no money. so people ran around on the right and tried to set up these 501 c4s, they flooded the irs with these requests and guess what hand? >> stephanie: you raise a really good point. when you talk about targeting
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organizations. as you know, acorn is gone. and as you also alluded to they did a lot of other things besides voter registration in terms of the social aspect of what those groups are supposed to be, right? >> caller: absolutely. but that really is what fuelled this, and if you take a look at the trajectory of 501 c4s, they rose exponentially after the acorn thing broke. >> so they need to change the woring back to what it was. >> stephanie: they are gone because of the way they are edited the tape that was completely a fraud. about him dressed in the pimp hat -- >> yeah. >> stephanie: god, don't even get me started. tony in virginia. and he didn't go in there looking like that. he shot it elsewhere. >> yeah. >> stephanie: tony in virginia you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey good morning.
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it's an honor to talk to you. i have been unemployed now for two years thanks largely to the economy that george bush has left us, it has given me time. but i just want to say i am in virginia, sinful virginia i live in the middle of tea party country, and believe me the tea party is nothing but a political promotion group. they are having a major convening down here right now, or some sort of planning meeting. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: but i just want to say as far as virginia is concerned, the tea party at the grassroots level, they control republican politics. virginia went for obama in the last election, yet i completely expect our governor who will be elected this year so be
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chuchinelli, and makes our current governor look like rachel maddow. >> stephanie: transvaginal bob. >> caller: exactly. but they have such tight control over this party politically, it doesn't matter if there is such a thing of a moderate republican, even if they are elected to the office they can't do anything within their party. >> stephanie: yeah i hear you. the president yesterday talking about the irs. >> obama: it is unacceptable for there to even be a hint of partisanship or ideology when it comes to the implementation of our tax laws. >> stephanie: yes, ask the naacp or maybe that church out here in pasadena, that had the audacity to say that war wasn't be something jesus would be for. [ cuckoo clock chimes ]
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>> obama: i certainly did not know anything about the ig report before the ig report had been leaked through press -- through the press. >> stephanie: yeah, obviously what we just covered the breaking news this morning about the benghazi emails. now it has been proven it came from republicans. >> that's right. >> stephanie: these -- you know, emails that were deliberately designed to make the president look bad. and by releasing all of them he once again proved the point. once again this was not directed by the house with but they don't believe it. i just have never seen somebody show the office of the president such blatant disrespect. all right. more on the irs thing as we continue. forty-five minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie
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why? >> there's musk rats on the east side of chicago? >> stephanie: that sounds more like [ inaudible ]. [ farting sounds ] >> do musk rats take baths? >> i don't know. >> stephanie: they may not be happy about it. this hour brought to you bier this are breath mouth-wetting lozenges. i can do that that was me. [ sound effects ] >> stephanie: is the weirdest song ever. >> was it the captain on the teneil's fault. what do you think of that? and then they just laughed their asses off. [ sound effects ] >> wow. how high do you have to be --
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>> stephanie: ron, hello. >> caller: good morning, how are you? >> stephanie: good morning. go ahead. >> caller: one of the first questions from the report michele bachmann through one of the lawyers in front of the microphones and he asked if they are all political groups? and he said no they are just interested in public policy and legislation. >> stephanie: oh bug-ga bug-ga. >> that's like the very definition of politics. >> stephanie: why did he hear that from o.j.'s old lawyer? >> yeah, you can break into the car to get your stuff back. >> sure. >> stephanie: connie in florida welcome. >> caller: hi, stephanie. >> stephanie: hi, go ahead. >> caller: yeah, well, all of this talk about benghazi and stuff, it is getting so irritated. we have a really good president
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that has people's interests at heart. and these tea party people think we can't see through them. they have to make up stuff. he is a good man, so they have to make up stuff like this benghazi thing. to me this is a tremendous sonnous act against our president. another country or another year in our past, these people would be going to jail. >> stephanie: exactly. do i need to hear dick cheney open his crooked mouth on this anymore. outing a cia agent during wartime is treason. >> caller: yeah, and they don't call it what it is. and when you are in politics and cow don't have the responsibility in your heart to do what is best for the american people, that is a tremendoussonnous act. >> stephanie: yeah absolutely.
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>> caller: and the way boehner let our credit rating go down, because he was refusing to respect the president -- >> stephanie: we said that at the time. i think that borders on treason. terrorists cannot dream of doing this stuff. >> i'm just impressed she could pronounce fiduciary this early on a friday morning. [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: yes. trey radel, he seemed to consider himself a hip hop scholar. he expressed his love of the music genre, specifically referring to public enemy.
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yeah, let's get chuck d on. he cited public enemy's classic, fight the power, because if you really get down to it in many ways, it reflects the conservative message of having a heaven handed government -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: that's not what it is about. it was the call for black people to stand up against -- >> republicans. >> stephanie: right. how long before chuck d is going to go ah no. >> oh, hell no. >> stephanie: oh hell know. let's go to sue in rickville. >> caller: hi everybody. i need a tiny bit of extra time. i have two stories. bar babies one and two are
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really into riddles. so my daughter gives them the classic riddle where the young boy and his father are in a horrible accident, the father is killed. the boy is rushed to a hospital and the surgeon says i can't operate on this boy, he is my son. and the answer is because it's his wife. the two bar babies said of course, he has two dads. >> stephanie: oh, children are the future. ♪ i believe that children are our future ♪ >> caller: and both of them they
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have female pediatricians and female dentists and they said two dads. [ laughter ] >> caller: also i know who is supposed to go to jail on this rand paul. >> stephanie: just for his hair alone. >> caller: and the true. but this guy is a phony credentialed doctor. he created his own. made himself the president, his wife the vice president and has collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government. >> stephanie: it's part of his libertarian paradise. >> caller: i believe he should be investigated and perhaps he should go to jail. >> stephanie: maybe he should be imprisoned. just saying. why do you need regulation that's crazy. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] >> stephanie: let the market decide if people want anesthesia
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when their eyes are getting operated on. rog hello. >> caller: hello, stephanie. [ inaudible ] if you look at the real facts they have been obsolete the last three years. nobody wants to brag themselves to be a republican. all they want to say is tea bagger, so the brand name of the republican party is finished. >> stephanie: yeah they went extinct and nobody told them. you are mastadons. with little tiny arms. fivety eight minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie
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>> stephanie: hello, hour number 2, jacki schechner you are probably wondering what do we do during commercial breaks? do we study the intricacies of tax laws? no, we talk about why we feel bad for t-rexes. >> yeah because they can't do push-ups or make the bed. >> stephanie: yeah. because the caller said the republican party are distinct, and we were saying like the t-rex because of the little be it -- bitty arms.
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>> also not going refill your wine glass. >> they can't even drink out of their own wine glass. >> stephanie: who do i have to eat to get another drink around here. [ laughter ] >> good morning, everybody. the house ways and means committee is holding its hearing right now on what went down in the irs. here is steven miller the just resigned acting commissioner explaining what happened in 2010 in the immediate aftermath of citizens united, and increased scrutiny of 501 c4s. >> people in cincinnati decided let's start grouping these cases. the way they centralized it, -- >> meanwhile president obama trying to shift the focus back on to jobs and the economy as he
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makes his second stop on middle class jobs. he is going to visit an elementary school that provised comprehensive childhood services and a community center that help parents get the skills they need to make a decent living. the president is waiting for the state department to finish a review before he weighs in on the keystone pipeline. the house is planning to move forward on a bill and no presidential approval is needed to start the northern part of the pipeline. the president okayed from oklahoma to the coast, but has yet to oak the construction from canada down to oklahoma. we're back with more show after the break. stay with us. ♪ those types are coming on to me
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all the time now. >> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me. >> absolutely! >> and so would mitt romeny. >> she's joy behar. >> and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> only on current tv.
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but couldn't escape the family curse. of all the hours in all his days, these are the ones you'll never forget. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. (vo) this afternoon, current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current.
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: yeah, happy friday, everybody. john fugelsang for fridays with fugelsang next hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. stephaniemiller.com, check it out. you can email us all there. friday fun stack just because i have to. >> okay. [♪breaking news theme♪] >> stephanie: gawker bringing us a story police are called to arrest a drunk man stuck in a high chair in mcdonald's. the ireland resident when enjoying a late dinner when he is decided to see if the baby seat could comfortably sustain an adult-sized derriere.
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witnesses say alcohol may have played a factor. >> in ireland. >> stephanie: it is unclear if he arrived solo or if his friends left him after his practical joke went wrong. >> and he is being diagnosed as tuck tuckus two planks. >> stephanie: the answer to that story is no. >> lindsay lohan is getting fat because of adoreral withdrawal. >> stephanie: i heard that. she has gained five pounds! [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: she said she needed it to keep focused. >> what? >> sorry were you saying something? >> was something talk.
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>> stephanie: anger management is back. georgia man burns down neighbor's house over unkemp lawn. he set fire to the neighbors house over the state of his lawn. the whole thing started about a week ago. bennett showed up to complain his grass. he slapped my face and said mow your grass. he said he was pretty a good neighbor until he burned my house down. he went all mental i must say. we see a lot of road rage out here. lotion squirted during road rage
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incident. let's just hope it was lotion. a new hampshire police said road rage incident lead to one driver squirting another one with lotion. the driver got out of his car and squirted suntan lotion at her through an open window. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: it could be raining. oh boy. all right then. scandal -- back to scandalpalooza. the president talking about the irs non- -- scandal. >> obama: we'll put in new leadership, make sure we gather up all of the facts, that we hold accountable those who have taken these outrageous actions. >> stephanie: when it happened it was the bush appointee that was in charge. and then there wasn't a new one
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because the republicans obstructed it. representative pelosi. >> those who engaged in this behavior were wrong and must be held accountable for their action. >> stephanie: travis might you send her a therabreath lozenge. >> she had a lozenge in her mouth while she was talking. >> stephanie: oh, dear. she needs to take a little nappy. >> i don't understand what they did wrong. they were going after people who were going after tax-exempt status who didn't deserve it. >> stephanie: and this argument that both sides do it -- 85% of the 501 c4 money went to respects, and this is what happens. remember after citizens united
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everyone was like oh, the unions -- no they do not. this is exactly what happened. there was an explosion of these tea party groups. >> it's right there in the name. tea party as in political party. >> stephanie: thank you. thank you. the other big breaking news -- [♪breaking news theme♪] >> stephanie: it was republicans that leaked these benghazi emails that were deliberately designed to make the white house look bad. >> interesting. >> stephanie: by the way inside the latest benghazi emails no one knew much of anything. the u.s. intelligence community, four days after the attacks new very little about who did it hot it happened and whether it was planned or not. >> no one knows anything. >> stephanie: yeah, what they show are internal divisions which is what john dean told us
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yesterday, it's a turf war between cia and state. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: emails released on wednesday revealed a fierce internal internal yous elling between the state and the cia. if recent says these emails have been selectively and inaccurately read out to the public. by releasing them we knew it would provide the facts as we knew them at the time. the president yesterday talking about benghazi. the president yesterday. >> obama: we also need congress to work with us to provide the resources and authorities so we can fully implement all of the recommendations of contractibility review board.
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>> stephanie: literally after these were released. republicans said they confirmed the administration had air brush brushed their knowledge of the attacks. no, they didn't. >> we told you. >> stephanie: what the emails showed is that intelligence officials not political drivers drove the debate over the talking points. period. >> obama: when i directed the defense department to make sure that our military can respond lightning quick in times of crisis, but we're not going to be able to do this alone, we need congress as a partner. >> stephanie: yes. and the "mother jones" story pointing out that obviously this is deliberate. it's because the republicans found nothing there, no there there, that they decided let's
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alter these -- anyway. >> jake tapper works for cnn now. it's john [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: right. representative jason chavez yesterday. >> the only thing that the white house has is credibility. there is no nobody at this point that believes the white house spokesperson jay carney that these were merely stylistic changes. >> stephanie: god. really? i mean, what nor -- it's 100 pages of emails. go read them. queen bee in tennessee. hi, queen bee. >> caller: hi y'all. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: hello, sexy chris. >> hey, queen bee. >> caller: this pat robertson thing, if i have to play second
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fiddle, my husband isn't in the band. i live in east tennessee and oak ridge is in my back door. they developed the atom bomb in oak ridge. and heaven only knows what is going on over there. however, i do not need to know that. there are a lot of things that we do not need to know. >> stephanie: yeah, and this leak obviously was serious. this is what they were talking about -- americans were in harm's way, and -- >> caller: exactly. >> stephanie: thank you, honey. the president -- i'm sorry, give me the president talking about the ap -- >> obama: i make no apologies and i don't think the american people would expect me the commander in chief not to be concerned about things that might compromised their missions
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or getting killed. >> stephanie: yeah. in response to a question about the justice department's decision to subpoena the phone records, leaks related to national security can put people to risk put men and women that i sent into the battlefield at risk. they have to be able to operate with confidence that folks have their backs. he made no apologies for being concerned about national security but the free flow of information was important to him as well. i got to say, i trust john dean on a lot of this stuff. this is not some crazy liberal as you'll recall. he said you can read the history and draw your own conclusions. that's what i said on cnn. get out the history book for god's sake. none of these things are even
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vaguely close to what nixon did. fyi. all right. ♪ >> stephanie: judy [ inaudible ]. >> caller: good morning, sweety how are you. bonjour bonjour missiure lavoie. >> bonjour. >> caller: it has been a long week. but the thing that sticks out most is what the bone head boner said people should go to jail. you know who should go to jail all of these cockroaching that are sitting on their asses doing nothing. >> stephanie: exactly. really you spent our money and
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tax dollars on voting against obamacare again yesterday. >> all right. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves for a shock. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >> if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv.
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this show is about analyzing criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room monday to thursday at 6 eastern the chill of peppermint. the rich dark chocolate. york peppermint pattie get the sensation.
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>> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> and current will let me say anything. >> only on current tv. ♪ ♪ you -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ a better man ♪
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katherine. >> caller: good morning. i wanted to talk about the hearing when loui gohmert told the attorney general that the fbi never listened to putin in russia, and they could have stopped this. and finally the attorney general told him basically everybody he just said was not true. and he said you have cast dispersions on my asparagus. i need a personal privilege. and i listened to randy rose. and she said oh my god you were rude to my rutabaga. >> stephanie: yeah, i thought was that a joke? >> no, he said it. and she said was that a colloquialism? i can't find it. this guy -- are they all home schooled in texas?
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i don't know. >> stephanie: i don't know. it is always gohmert time. >> this administration has so many [ inaudible ] that have -- ♪ screwy gohmert fun, he can shut right up ♪ ♪ he's got [ inaudible ] on his mind ♪ ♪ have a drink every time he has benghazi ♪ ♪ if your daddy is rich if your daddy is black, you are in the muslimhood ♪ ♪ we're always happy because we're living in our right-wing philosophy ♪ >> stephanie: wait for it hang on. ♪ >> stephanie: thank you. hey, you are being an [ censor
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bleep ] hole to my arugala. kevin good morning. >> caller: good morning. this is the way to start the day. with your beautiful face. >> oh don't go overboard. >> stephanie: say, you had your phone sex with queen bee. [ laughter ] >> caller: oh, boy. >> stephanie: you okay? >> caller: yeah, i'm cool. i was wondering -- i know i'll never get it from the right-wing psycho path media, but is there any point where the main stream media is going to finally have their boy cried wolf moment?
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will they at least take a breath and investigate a little bit more before they follow what the psycho paths babel about in >> stephanie: this is why they had to leak these benghazi emails that were incorrect. and that blew up in their face, because there was no there there. and so they said i know we'll make a there there. >> caller: yeah. and now we have to -- i have said over and over again, i hate to sound like a broken record but we have to get -- in this mid-turn coming up we have to give the man a sane congress. he is not a king, so all of those of you who vote in the presidential election and say okay. i have done my job now. you have to give him some help. >> stephanie: well boehner has more important things to worry
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that is who is going to jail? >> my question is who is going to jail, who is going to jail who is going to jail? ♪ ♪ tonight ♪ >> stephanie: and then rand paul said somebody should be in prison! >> really? what a drama queen. >> stephanie: they really are. he and lindsey graham need to have a little snuggle on his fainting couch. a little reach around. >> oh, there's image. >> stephanie: is lindsey graham's couch a two seater? who snows. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." curse. of all the hours in all his days, these are the ones you'll never forget.
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bodies ... (adam) we're going to places where few others are going. [lady] you have to get out now. >> lots of terrible things happen to people growing marijuana. >> this crop to me is my livelihood. >> i'm being violated by the health care system. (christoff) we go and spend a considerable amount of time getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. (vo) from the underworld to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. >> occupy! >> we will have class warfare. (vo) true stories, current perspective. documentaries. on current tv. ♪ ♪ beak it down, come on people ♪
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♪ hey ♪ ♪ come on, come on ♪ ♪ hey -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> i'm hammered and i highly recommend it. >> stephanie: thirty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. all right. we spend most of our time here at the "stephanie miller show" either looking at cat or dog videos, and this morning's was oh, if people were cats or dogs. >> yes it was very cute. >> stephanie: it's adorable. every now and again somebody writes an article about a dog that makes you cry. >> this is that thing you made me print out for you. >> stephanie: yes, megan dawn who i also want to mary and kiss. >> does she know this? >> stephanie: no he is married.
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he is wrote the gift of a great dog. oh, we have to post this on my facebook page. rex -- she just lost her dog rec -- rex buzz my baby companion, there is a particular kind of single woman who's relationship with her dog has a level of intensity and attention that may be the cause of her singleness. if rex could have talked we could have finished each other sentences. and then i met my husband and rex became like our child. like max and fred. i leave the tv on them for. so hand some. rex was our zen master our
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couple's therapy dog. they say if you are lucky enough you will get one really great dog in your life. there will always be that dog that no dog will replace. the dog that will make you cry even after it has been gone for years. i have had that dog. [ applause ] >> stephanie: what? stop looking at me like that cat people. >> love my kitties. >> they are listening to me right now. hey, jazz, hey boots. >> cat people don't hate dogs. but dog people hate cats. >> stephanie: i have fake affection for cats. >> exactly. before you sneeze your head off. >> stephanie: i'm allergic. >> that's the excuse they always
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use. walt in south dakota. >> caller: hello it sure is nice to see a liberal program on television i tell ya. >> stephanie: ain't that something. you know what, walt i don't even understand these labels anymore, because as you know john dean was our guest yesterday, and he is a republican, and he's -- >> caller: yeah i know. >> stephanie: and he shares our thoughts on all of these, quote unquote, non-scandals but anyway. >> caller: what i had to say was it does seem like this is kind of a pretty close story with the story about [ inaudible ] and wikileaks, and you don't hear anything on the so-called liberal media about that. >> stephanie: right.
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right. >> caller: the fact that they are the same thing, and nobody -- you know they didn't -- they didn't raise a big fuss when he got arrested -- >> stephanie: exactly or when george bush was doing warrant les wiretapping. tick any of them. butch in pennsylvania. hi, butch. >> caller: how are you doing? i wanted to talk to you about benghazi. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: everything keeps saying that there is no there there. >> stephanie: right. right. >> caller: who gave the stand-down order? >> stephanie: really have you read the hundred pages of emails. because i have. >> caller: good, then tell me who gave the stand-down order. >> stephanie: there was not a stand-down order. really? >> where did you get that information? >> fox news. >> caller: what was he doing
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when he was killed? >> stephanie: who? >> caller: the exnavy seal that was killed on top of the building. what was he doing when he was killed? >> stephanie: tell me. >> >> caller: he was painting a target. >> oh, come on. where did you hear that? >> stephanie: painting a target for who to do what? >> caller: i heard it from his father. >> stephanie: explain what you mean. he was painting a target for who to do what? >> caller: why do you paint a target? for a bomb. >> stephanie: obama was going to call an air strike on -- >> caller: obama couldn't because he was sleeping. >> stephanie: the president was watching the video live -- >> while he was sleeping. and the marine was painting a target on the roof.
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>> stephanie: the navy seal was painting a target for what reason? >> caller: for air strikes. >> stephanie: by who? >> caller: by our military. >> so our own drone took out the embassy, is what you are saying. >> caller: so somebody had to give a stand-down order. >> stephanie: why would we bomb our own consulate. >> stephanie: you said he was painting a target for our military to strike. >> stephanie: oh dear. dead air. >> this is a test. this is a test of the right-wing troll notification system. this is only a test benghazi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii >> this has been a test of the
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right-wing troll-notification system. had this been an actual issue, you would have been instructed on where to tune in your area for half-baked information. this concludes this test. >> stephanie: let's review what we have learned. [♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: the president while he was sleeping and simultaneously watching live video, ordered the navy seal to stand down who was painting a target for the u.s. military to strike our embassy. >> so they could blame it on rush limbaugh. what? [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> stephanie: wow. >> that's a knew wow. >> stephanie: and his father told him. the navy seal's father obviously. >> because he was there. >> stephanie: yeah. dan in chicago you are next. >> caller: i have to follow that? [ laughter ] >> caller: oh, my god. anyway this is the storm
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chasing chauffeur of the "stephanie miller show." [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: one thing that keeps getting, you know, me really pissed off about congress with this being the 37th time that they are trying to repeal obamacare, even if they pass it in the house of representatives, and if for some reason that they pass it in the senate, it still has to get signed by the president! why don't they see this. >> stephanie: yes, they know that. it's symbolic -- boner wanted to give the freshmen house members an opportunity to be as big of douche nozzles as the current ones. so that's done now. [ applause ] >> stephanie: chris in chicago. >> caller: the comment the guy made about painting a target is so laughably hilarious that he is taking the literal definition of painting -- where he thinks
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that somebody is up there with a paint brush, dipping it and drawing a circumstance -- -- circle. >> what it is, is a laser, that they paint on the building -- it's not an actual person like in the cartoon drawing a bullseye. >> stephanie: i'm drawing a movable hole. is the it me? it's just the same game show every time we take a right-wing call. >> it's time for to play our name. here is your host johnny yaw hue. >> thank you, we have two contests. let's play what is my headline. here is your first headline,
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alaska volcano erupts. >> that's wrong. >> impeach obama. that's right. >> i guess you'll just have to stay on welfare. >> wait a minute, the stories and the responses adopt have anything to do with each other. >> what is the matter david, did you rount of food stamps? >> what the hell is going on here. >> i bet you are a big pipe smoker, huh? >> i want to talk to your producer. >> we'll see you next time. thanks for playing what is my comment? >> he is a big sissy. >> a completely idiotic time-wasting production. >> he's a big sissy. >> stephanie: yeah you have are a pot smoker. [ applause ]
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>> stephanie: freedom, hitler. okay. forty-five minutes after the hour. yikes! right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> it is fun for ages 8 to 80. join us. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ about them, right? vo: the war room wherever your summer takes you... twist the ride. with twizzlers. the twist you can't resist.
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>> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> she's joy behar. >> and current will let me say anything.
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>> only on current tv. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ >> stephanie: oh, yeah. it is the "stephanie miller show." keeper of the funk. forty-nine minutes after the hour. who wants to funing with me?
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1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. >> jim in illinois. >> i don't. >> caller: hey, how are things going? >> stephanie: good, how are you? >> caller: just dandy. i really enjoy the show. i tell my wife that it's political. >> stephanie: sometimes. sometimes not. >> caller: she thinks i'm getting smarter by watching the show and stuff. >> stephanie: oh, good. i think i'm responsible for you getting more sex in your life, right? >> stephanie: >> caller: i know i'm getting screwed by the government. >> stephanie: okay. that took a turn. >> sideways. >> stephanie: vicky in pittsburgh on pat robertson. hello. >> caller: hello. i love you guys. >> stephanie: i love you. >> caller: i'm pharesa first-time caller, and your show absolutely
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keeps me sane. pat robertson until this story broke, i thought he was dead. >> stephanie: no he is still emitting those precious pearls from his mouth. >> caller: it did remind me of the leave it to beaver mom. and i thought to myself honest to god this is where we still are in 2013. >> stephanie: well, it is where he is. here it is. >> she writes in and says i have been trying to forgive my husband for treating on me. i want to forgive so we can get on with our lives. >> here is the secret. stop talking about the cheating. he cheated on you. well, he is a man. okay. so what you do is begin to focus on why you married him in the first place. on what he does good. does he provide a home for you
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to live in? does he provide food for you to eat? does he provide clothes for you to wear? is he nice to the children? do you have a happy family? does he take the kids to sporting events? because he watch their little league games? does he share with you stuff that is going on? and is he handsome or -- >> what? >> start focusing on those things. and essentially fall in love with him all over again. >> stephanie: he is -- [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: he is pure magic isn't he? i love it when they treat me like a prostitute. just say thank you will der beast, and he got more specific that time with the hotel and the stripper ten years ago, who cares. [ buzzer ] >> what! >> stephanie: the hookers and hotels, whatever.
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where is my dinner? wow! lee in madison helpfully -- benghazi benghazi steph, benghazi mooks, it can now be used as a greeting. benghazi! >> benghazi! >> stephanie: after living to pat robertson, i thought i would be useful to review the good wife guide from 1950. >> from 1955 the good wive's guide, have dinner ready. plan ahead even the night before to have a delicious meal ready on time for his return. this lets him know you have been thinking about them and are concerned about his needs. a part of a warm meal -- >> stephanie: but what about my needs? >> prepare yourself. touch up your makeup put a
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ribbon in your hair and be fresh looking. he has just been with a lot of work-we ary people. be a little gay. >> stephanie: hello! i'm all over that. >> one of your due cities provide it by having sex with a hot chick in front of him -- >> stephanie: no. >> i misinterpreted the word gay. >> your kind of gay is very interesting to him i'm sure. >> don't complain if he is home late for dinner or even if he stays out all night. have him lie down in the bedroom. have a cool drink ready for him. make sure your home is the place of piece order, and
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tranquility. speak in a low, smooth and pleasant voice. don't ask him questions, remember he is the master of the house! >> stephanie: oh! >> you have no right to question him. a good wife always knows her place. >> does it say that? >> stephanie: yeah it does. >> 1955. also known as the good old days. >> stephanie: clear away the clutter. gather up school books toys, papers, et cetera. run a dust cloth over the tables. in the cooler month, prepare a fire for him. >> after all catering for his
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comfort will provide him with immense personal satisfaction. >> stephanie: prepare the children? >> what to be eaten? >> stephanie: do we baste them? take a few minutes to wash the children's hands and faces. if they are small, comb their hair. if necessary change their clothes. they are little treasurers. oh, boy. and he would like to see them playing -- playing the part. minimize all noise. at the time of his arrival eliminate all noise of the washer drier or vacuum. >> who leaves the vacuum on? >> did i leave the vacuum on? >> stephanie: husbands are apparently easily startled. >> what is that! >> stephanie: try to encourage the children to be quiet. be happy to see him even if he
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has been in the hotel rooms with the hookers or whatever. greet him with a warm smile and show sincerity in your desire to please him. listen to him. you may have a dozen things to tell him but the moment of his arrive at is not the time. remember the topics of his conversation are more important than yours. >> oh, god! >> and if you are not having an orgasm, fake it to make him feel more like a man. >> stephanie: what did bob in the office say? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: okay. hang on -- make the evening his. never complain if he comes home late or goes down to dinner or is in the aforementioned hotel room -- >> don't ask questions. you really don't want to know.
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>> stephanie: or other places of entertainment without you. instead try to understand his world of strain. >> does the wife also have a world of strain? >> stephanie: no. don't greet him with complaints and problems. don't complain if he is home late for dinner or even if he stays out all night. wow, it's pat robertson's world. weren't things great in the good old days. fifty-eight minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: uh-huh. hello. hello, current tv land, hour number 3. fridays with fugelsang, jackie i'm going to send this along to you, the good wife's guide. >> i would be a really bad wife. he should actually get together with the woman who wrote the article on fox about why we're still single and what is wrong with us. >> stephanie: right. right. wanting to talk about your needs. blah blah blah. >> blah blah blah. >> stephanie: blah blah blah about the hookers in the hotel room. >> plus i always leave the vacuum on. >> and you never prepare the children. >> it would be helpful if you
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would be a little more gay. >> i like to get up early and put my makeup on so he never sees me undone. why should he have to suffer. >> stephanie: here she is little jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. we're still following the house ways and means committee hearing on the irs. we're watching the acting commissioner handle the questions really well. here is miller's answer as california republican congressman devin knew ez asks if you didn't personally do anything wrong then why did you just resign? >> i resigned because as the acting commissioner what happens in the irs whether i was personally involved or not, stops at my desk so i should be held accountable for what happens. whether it was personally involved or not, a very different question, sir. >> they went on to talk about
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the challenge for the first determining the difference between organizations that spend a priority of their time on social welfare versus those that spend a majority of their time on political action and having definitive answers as to what that means would certainly help out employees in the irs moving forward. president obama has picked gabby giffords to sit on the board that awards full bright scholarships. she was a fullbright scholar herself, and she will continue to work with her husband on their gun thf-control advocacy group. hillary clinton will earn at least $250,000 for the keynote speech at canada's top 100 employers conference in toronto this november. we're back with more show for you after the break. stay with us.
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♪ >> stephanie: happy friday six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. you know what that means when i say friday friday only means one thing. ♪ >> stephanie: yeah. yeah. ♪ fugelsang is just all right with me ♪ >> stephanie: yeah baby. >> good morning, miss miller mr. ward and mr. lavoie. >> stephanie: good morning, sir. >> good morning to you, and good morning to all of you disco trash out there in stephland. slow news week, huh? >> stephanie: yeah. you were in boston last night, what were you doing? >> i was doing a show with the great jimmy tingle and the
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great wendy leaveland. i was up at 5:30 this morning to get my amtrak back here. >> stephanie: thank you, sir. >> please, i wouldn't miss it. three fake obama scandals. lindsey graham hasn't been this excited since that night he accidentally saw the 300 on show time. >> stephanie: yes. we had john dean on yesterday, john -- >> yes. >> stephanie: and people have got to pick up a history book. you saw michele bachmann screaming watergate impeachment. >> isn't that great? except he didn't start any cover ups, and he hasn't used the cia, and has a worst environmental record than nixon, other than that, just like nixon. >> stephanie: you are in
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new york and the nypd has reminded all of the ladies in new york it is illegal to be topless in parks. it was read aloud at nypd roll call for ten days. >> yeah stop and frisk is not a gay bar from the '70s. >> stephanie: gawker says we are ushering in a new era between boobs and law. [ applause ] >> word. >> stephanie: here is the president yesterday. >> obama: he is an outstanding attorney general and does his job with integrity, and i expect him to continue to do so. >> stephanie: sid you see the can of whoop ass he opened up on darrell issa. >> indeed.
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>> stephanie: michael tomasky our good friend i think i disagree with him on this. he has been saying that he thinks that he should fire holder. >> a lot of people think that. >> stephanie: right. but his point is more political, not that it is necessarily warranted. he writes today, washington's understanding of damage control is all wrong. to win you have to be willing to hand the other side a temporary victory. >> that's all they want is a scalp. that's what susan rice was all about. they don't care about embassy attacks -- let's not kid ourselves they care about the irs going after politically leaning groups or that they care about the government spying on journalists. yeah, but, holder -- he's a punching bag, but this would be the wrong time to fire him. >> stephanie: i agree. tomasky makes good points.
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he said he thinks firing the irs commissioner was good. but he said all holder's damage control accomplished was raising more questions that will arise for days and days but of course it was respects behind these leaked emails that tried to make the white house look bad. it proved the white house's case. >> did you say leaked? i think you meant to say dock forked -- doctored. >> stephanie: right. tomasky writes it was good that the administration released a hundred pages of email. but it was a really good reason it took eight months to round them up at the white house last december. >> exactly. >> stephanie: so that is why he is talking about in terms of
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holder, it's not to [ inaudible ] who scored points today. obama may want to keep holder because he thinks he is a fine attorney general, be that's the case, that's the case but if he think he is lame he should release him as soon as possible. and that would show the american people that some things cross your own moral line and character. >> that would be true if obama was guilty of doing anything wrong in any of these instances. this is the wrong time for the president to look like he is being pushed around by the tee baggers. >> stephanie: i agree. this just proved it the doctored email scandal. there was no there there. so let's make a there there. >> if you fire holder now, that gives credence to fast and furious, credence to the irs.
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our republican friends weren't upset at all when our embah sis were tacked under bush. the doj spying on the ap those are reporters, and republicans hate them anyway. >> stephanie: yeah, and double standard. if it were during bush they would say this is national security. however, this one is a little bit troubling to me. the just disdepartment failed to provide some names of terrorists in a witness protection program. the department said -- inspector general said yesterday as a result of the failure to share information, some that were on the no-fly list were able to fly on commercial flights. it has developed a highly
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restrictive travel policy, but it seems like we still had a little of that even in the boston case, right? not one hand -- the not sharing information, the feds with like local officials, right? >> exactly. and that's what the department of homeland security was supposed to get around. >> stephanie: yeah exactly. >> it was just more republican big government. >> stephanie: arty in new jersey. hey, arty, you are on with john. >> caller: hi, guys. >> hey! >> stephanie: hi, steph, i love your program. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i'm a dying breed of conservative democrats -- >> no, there's plenty of them left. go on. >> caller: i just want to know your view on what we do with presidents that lie? nixon lied. clinton lied on television.
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he got a slap on the wrist. bush lied on television, and he sort of got a pass. and now you have obama. i'm sure -- >> what has he lied about, sir? >> caller: well, what do we do with presidents that lie? >> stephanie: what has obama lied about? >> last weekend he said within three days he gave all of the information that he knew about benghazi, and he knew it was a terrorist -- that's not true. he was going on for two weeks that it was this film -- >> stephanie: he said it the day off it happened -- >> in the rose garden he used the phrase terrorism the next morning in the rose garden. >> stephanie: do you make any distinction between bush lied and thousands of people died in the iraq war, and clinton lied about his personal life that they should haven't been investigating in the first
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place, because they were investigating a land deal. >> caller: i don't care -- he said on television, i didn't have relations with this woman. >> yeah, he did, so what is your point, sir? what has obama lied about? >> do we give them a pass -- if we can prove that obama lied would you give him a pass. >> what did he lie about? troopers grandfather. >> once again thanks for playing really bad analogy. >> it jfk lied lbj lied to us about [ inaudible ] ike lied about spies flying in the [ inaudible ], and bush lied when he said that quayle had an iq.
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>> stephanie: there you go. as an excatholic girl gone wild -- >> oh, yeah, they are the best kind. >> stephanie: i know it is slippery, and loophole, however, to me sexual relations means intercourse. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> no, dear, i love you so much but according to the terms of that actually time bill clinton knew it meant more than intercourse. >> stephanie: i am an expert in first, second, and third base. >> bill clinton had ever right to not cooperate with that witch hunt. >> stephanie: just saying. >> but, again, they had no right to go off it in the first place. >> intercourse means intercourse. >> sexual relations means
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intercourse. >> no, it covers the whole thing. >> stephanie: really? >> yes. >> stephanie: i don't think so. >> intercourse, means intercourse -- >> steph i'll explain it all next time i come out to l.a. the difference is sin and evil. >> stephanie: all right. seventeen minutes after the hour, i'm looking forward to that tutorial mr. fugelsang. >> what about mrs. fugelsang. >> stephanie: he'll be fine with it. she listens to pat robertson. >> and now here is something we hope you really like. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." not only does senator rubio just care about rich people, but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do
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soda. right? >> i know, right? >> stephanie: >> stephanie: right? john fugelsang i heard people talking about your rant about rush limbaugh on "viewpoint" on the current television network. >> yes current. we still exist. >> stephanie: is that your new slogan. >> stephanie: we're the hears in television whoville. >> we're still here in new york facing the east. mr. limbaugh has lost a bit of sponsors -- he has chased away more sponsors than lindsay lohan at betty ford. and even though i don't have a radio show of my own, i read the radio trades and he is having a
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really, really hard time. >> stephanie: he is dragging all of us down with him. because he -- when sponsors leave, trust me they leave the medium in general. thanks a lot. [ applause ] >> 48 of the top 50 advertisers in radio excuse limbo from their ad buys. >> we did a piece on it because we care about the rush limbaugh show and want to see it continue. i did a sale pitch for rush saying hello are you a small business owner looking to reach a wider range of colon blocked white men who automatically nod and everything that rush said do you think women who believe in access to affordable health
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satellite radio that allows you to listen to the rush limbaugh show in the native german. there's viagra packed weekends in the dominican don't pay for themselves. >> stephanie: megan in washington. hi. >> caller: yeah? >> stephanie: hi megan go ahead. >> caller: oh, stephanie. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: obama is going to have to step up. he's going to have to call it as it is. >> stephanie: megan did you start the party a little early this weekend? >> caller: oh, hell yeah. >> stephanie: rock on. ♪ >> i'm so -- >> so you can -- >> stephanie: i can almost hear the john boehner drinking sound
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effect. [ glugging sound ] >> stephanie: that was awesome. wow, you know when you are startled by your own phone -- >> what? >> what >> stephanie: like suddenly then i'm jenny thomas? like really, i didn't drunk dial you at 7:30 in the morning? ed in philly hi ed. >> caller: hi, stephanie. >> caller: hello, ed. >> caller: hi, i like the show and i'm apologetically and ashamedly progressive, and this is the only show that is consistent with my views. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: why is it so difficult for those making the case the political climate at that time, with the tea party,
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they were the ones organizing with guns, and the tyranny and the blood -- and all of this stuff, so it's not out of line for them to go through that. because if that was the case and they were applying for 501 c4 status and make political statements, who is more likely to violate that rule then? >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: what is the shame of them addressing the issue? why is it so difficult to make that point? >> because the party you are profiling doesn't like the profile. >> stephanie: yeah. snap. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ but couldn't escape the family curse. of all the hours in all his days, these are the ones you'll never forget.
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(vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. >> if you believe in state's rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. ♪
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♪ ha, ha ♪ >> more like -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. . >> -- bedroom, eight teenage boys just waiting for it all to be over. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show," welcome to it. thirty-four minutes after the hour. fridays with fugelsang. dick trickle has died. >> sorry what? >> well yeah. >> stephanie: i wonder if o'reilly will get a letter from dick pinch about that. yes, dick trickel nascar -- >> he took his own life though. >> stephanie: did he really? >> yeah. >> stephanie: very sad. >> uh-huh. >> well, with a name like that -- never mind. >> oh jim!
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>> stephanie: jim louise ward! [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: is "mother jones" reporting this morning the bogus email leaks came from republicans. >> oops! >> stephanie: yeah, they saw copies of the emails two months ago did nothing with them and obviously showed little more than routine interagency hageling, and then somebody got the bright idea of leaking two isolated tidbits and mischaractering them. >> it's okay for republicans to do that you know why? benghazi! >> stephanie: exactly. >> the republicans were so blinded by selfish hate sthat -- that it is fact firing on them. >> stephanie: exactly. another obama scandal? nope. gop responsible for ap subpoena.
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the cover upwas debunked by a single email. blah blah blah blah. the department of justice's investigation of associated press telephone records likely expected to be another below torch has just been revealed that it was a republican himself who ordered the investigation. he spoke to greta van sustrin. [ inaudible ] >> how dare you. the party that killed acorn and tried to kill pbs and planned parenthood, doesn't like when their group gets singled out. >> stephanie: andrew in santa
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monica. >> caller: yes, ma'am. thank you. so the republicans fabricated evidence to try to frame the president and secretary clinton. what else was a frame up? is the irs a frame up. and how did the republicans know right away, how did mitt romney know in 30 minutes that it was a terrorist attack in benghazi when everybody else said it was the protest. they new right away. and there is only one way they could have known. and that's if they had something to do with it. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> oh, wow. >> we're never going to know what was going on in benghazi where the ambassador was in the consulate because of all of it. because general petraeus
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girlfriend paula broadwell did a speech where she talked about how there was a prison in the basement of the consulate, and believe me if this investigation gets too hot, someone will give john mccain a phone call and say stop talking about it now. >> stephanie: yeah. paula broadwell was a little too chatty for petraeus anyway. why didn't pat robertson get to her first. hush your chatty pie hole. >> there's no basement at the consulate. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: virgil good morning. >> caller: i really used to like those catholic girls that kind of went wild when i was younger. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: i liked that. >> stephanie: you know why? it's because catholic girls wait
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much too late. >> they start much too late. and now all i need is a bottle of red and a bottle of white. >> caller: there you go. they are talk obama lied obama lied. what -- i really don't understand -- there was four people killed -- has everybody forgot about the what roughly '60 people that were killed during the chuckle nuts -- >> stephanie: no, they haven't forgotten, it's just not relevant because that was a white guy. >> what did you call him? >> these guys have their talk points. you bring up the 60 americans killed during the bush administration, and they say there was no cover up there. once the email chain goes away they will go back to the
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whistleblower hicks. they exployed 9/11 '01 to attack [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: thank you. what did i say? >> it's what the caller called president bush. >> stephanie: what? >> he called him chuckle nuts. [ laughter ] >> there was an edward sullivan piece about peggy noonan's piece. she just loses it. this president has done nothing illegal, unethical, or even anything wrong. >> stephanie: yeah. that's right. pamela in texas you are on the "stephanie miller show." hello, pamela. >> caller: good morning steph and gents. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: hello. what is making me crazy is the crazy people have taken over
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and the guy who called earlier and said he didn't call it an act of terrorism, and specifically darrell issa but none of them had a problem when chuckle nuts called it the war on terror which is kind of crazy, because -- >> stephanie: excuse me, pamela a little respect for the office captain chuckle nuts. >> caller: oh, my bad. i was an air traffic controller and we always had an air national guard at our compound and the generals and colonelkearns kearns -- concerns wouldal call it -- >> stephanie: i think we can all agree that the president should go to jail or impeached for using the wrong word. >> caller: the next time they say that don't even intertaint. and the guys that call about the
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guns that the background checks won't stop what happen. and neither will it stop good guys from getting guns. so when they say that wouldn't have helped newtown -- but neither will it hurt the good guys from getting guns. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. it's like should we stop the holocaust over in germany and -- well, that wouldn't have stopped the whatever -- >> they wouldn't have stopped the japanese. >> that's right. >> stephanie: it is just making analogies to things that don't -- so what. >> yeah. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: by the way that's john boehner's main concern is who is going to jail. >> my question is who is going to jail, who is going jail who is going to jail -- ♪ tonight ♪ >> the cars apparently.
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>> stephanie: joel you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, joel. >> caller: hey, how are you all doing today. the whole deal with the irs scandal, i just think it was a couple of guys that acted over zealously, i don't like the whole witch hunt thing. but the irs is now in charge of -- i believe obamacare they are in charge of the enforcement clause in that, where they are making sure that everyone obeys -- buys health insurance -- [overlapping speakers] >> caller: personally i'm just going to pay the fine. it's cheaper for me to just pay the fine, and i'm cool with that. that's the law. >> sir -- i'm sorry -- >> stephanie: you are cool with if you have to go to the emergency room we have to pay for it -- >> i have medical insurance -- >> you are covered, but people
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in your neighborhood might not be covered. >> caller: just me everybody in my neighborhood is covered. >> okay. that explains why you are so attuned to the current talking points of the week. by the way, sir it is only a fine in massachusetts. it's a tax for the rest of the country. maybe you didn't hear mitt's talking point last fall. >> stephanie: yeah. by the by i'll be on cnn tonight. and jane velez mitchell even on the tv terrifies me. >> jane loves you. >> i hope jodi arias gets some coverage in the media. >> stephanie: i know. we'll talk about the latest in all of that when we continue? >> really? >> stephanie: yeah forty-five minutes after the hour. i'm just trying to be a cool kid. hi, i'm here to talk about the
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sequestration again. >> to be honest i have never seen such dysfunction. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room monday to thursday at 6 eastern break the ice with breath-freshening cooling crystals. ice breakers.
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♪ ♪ come out -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- don't make me way, the catholic girls start much too late, but sooner or later it comes down to faith, only the good die young ♪ >> stephanie: how many times do i hear that argument. it's so hard being the smartest person in every room. andy writes steph you are right about sexual relations.
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when clinton gave his deposition, paula jones stipulated that sexual relations meant intercourse. you are right. thank you. >> it must be nice to always believe you know better, to always think you are the smartest person in the room. >> stephanie: yes, it is a burden, and i was a third baseman, literally and figuratively in high school. go to identity guard.com, don't you. john fugelsang joanne writes steph i have been listening to your show since team jen was the thing. oh boy how long ago was that? i sent my daughter to the first sexy liberal chicago show and then i flew to meet her at the
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meet and grope for the second one. i can't wait until you announce the west coast sexy liberal. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i wonder when that will be. >> lots of people do. >> i was at a restaurant and a woman at the next table overheard who i was, and she issed me if there was going to be a sexy liberal los angeles. >> stephanie: you don't know anything. >> i know. >> stephanie: jody arias wanted to withdraw from the case but the judge denied them. she gave an interview to fox right after the trial saying she would like to be executed which is apparently unhelpful in legal circumstances. speaking of trials i don't want
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to miss this one. donald trump was on the stand at a chicago trial. >> huge! huge trial! >> stephanie: he is accused of fleecing old ladies. [♪breaking news theme♪] >> stephanie: okay. making false promises to an 87-year-old investor to get her to purchase condos. >> i encouraged her to purchase condoms. >> stephanie: he raised his voice and the judge scolded both he and the attorney and ordered them to behave. trump insisted he couldn't remember when key business decisions were made or by whom or even if he was present. >> yeah. >> stephanie: telling jurors neither he nor his top
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executives kept notes. he delicates the responsibilities. prince will not discuss marriage equality. he gave an interview with the minneapolis star tribune. one thing he would not discuss was minnesota's recent marriage equality. he became a jehovah's witness, and expressed disapproval of sex and cussing. >> really after darling nicky. >> stephanie: jim, pay attention and stop masturbating with that magazine -- >> what? >> [overlapping speakers]
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>> stephanie: most romantic song lyric ever your face is slamming, your bobdy's jammin', let's get to slammin'. >> that's a terrible song. >> that song sounds like the '80s stabbing itself. >> stephanie: john louise. >> you are not a prince fan? >> no little red corvette is a great song sexy mf -- i love prince. but if all of the beatles can do a bad song prince can do a couple of bad songs. >> stephanie: that said he article reveals that he eats pizza with a fork, so at least he's kind of queer.
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[ laughter ] >> jesus was so against sex. no he talked about helping the poor. never mind. >> stephanie: paris hilton is no longer interested in fame. she wants to focus on being a tough business person. >> two years after fame is not interested in here. >> now a warning! >> all the money in the world can't buy you a second facial expression. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: i cannot wait to see this. uma thurman is going to play anita brian, they are doing a movie called anita about famous anti-gay rights -- >> you know what is great about that, is that no one under 45 really knows who anita brian is and that means in ten years no one under 45 will know who sarah
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palin is. >> stephanie: here's another story. chris brown. kind of a douche? >> what? what? >> his neighbors are unhappy with the creepy art he has had painted along a retainer wall of his house. >> all y'all are haters trying to keep him down. >> stephanie: the paintings paintings -- they are trying to suspend the first amendment. neighbors said i know a $300 fine is pocket change but hopefully he'll see the light and choose to be a good neighbor. we just want him to tone it down. >> they hope tone will loc it
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down. >> stephanie: [ inaudible ] was arrested after swimming up to taylor swift's pad. ♪ trouble, trouble, trouble ♪ [ screaming goat ] >> stephanie: that's how you know you have a stalker. >> it's kind of hard to sing on an l. >> stephanie: how would tom brokaw do that? >> trouble llllll. >> stephanie: say, kanye west kind of a -- as well. he walks in to a pole and immediately becomes livid that polls exist. >> in chicago you can't help but walk into a poll. >> it's because all y'all are just trying to keep kanye down and he should write a song about
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that. >> stephanie: he said don't take another [ censor bleep ] photo man, don't take another [ censor bleep ] photo man. stop it. >> he is a gay fish? remember that south park episode? >> stephanie: no. >> there is a joke about a gay fish and kanye thinks it's about him. we love you john fugelsang. >> the deficit down 24% below expectations, and tune in to handy to find out why this is bad. >> stephanie: all right. thank you, honey. love you. see you monday on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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>> i'm jacki schechner. it's noon eastern, and here's what's current. hearings are going on in the house ways and means committee to take a closer look thaet irs, and it's taking a look at conservative political groups. answering questioning is steven
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miller the irs commissioner who just resigned and jay russell gorge the inspector general who's report detailed what the irs did and recommended ways to make sure it doesn't happen again. here is miller this morning explaining what went down in 2010 in the immediate aftermath of the citizens united decision and the need to take closer attention to what constitutes a 501 c4. >> people of cincinnati